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jerry brown is taking action all in an effort to drive down some of the costs. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran reports on the governor's idea to ease record high prices. >> reporter: good morning. the governor is asking state regulators to release a less expensive blend but experts say even with that move we won't see prices drop right away. this winter blend comes out on november 1. it will bring up gas supplies 8 to 10% and might drop gas prices 15 to 20 cents a gallon. but it could take a week before we see any changes. according to aaa, prices today are at record highs. in san francisco, you're paying $4.73 for a gallon of regular. and in san jose and oakland it's $4.67. our state supplies were cut short after richmond's chevron refinery fire in august and last week a power failure knocked out an exxon refinery in southern california. >> we had a number of disruptions happen at the same time. california always runs a very tight supply-demand because because we use a different blend of gas than the rest of the country so if anything goes wrong, we can't get more gas from other part
days away. john blackstone, cbs news, mill valley, california. >> jeff: california governor jerry brown today ordered a rule change to allow the early sale of winter blend gasoline. typically that gas goes on sale after october 31st. >> 30 days left now in campaign 2012. and while mitt romney is looking for votes in the battleground state of florida tonight, president obama is once again looking for campaign cash in california. nancy cordes is in los angeles, nancy? >> jeff, these two campaigns are spending such enormous sums of money, close to a billion dollars each so the job of fund-raising is never really done, not even in this last month of the campaign. the president is holding five fund-raisers here in california over the next two days. >> the president arrived in sunny los angeles and headed to an intimate gathering with a dozen high dollar donors plus former president bill clinton. tonight president obama holds a star-studded campaign concert on the play bill jon bon jovi, katy perry and jennifer hudson. the fund-raising push comes on the heels of yesterday's announcement that
behind bars. could be overturned by jerry brown. davis was convicted over 2 murders unrelate to do the infamous sharon tate murders. >> time for another look at who is talking. >> we are talking about al gore he gives interesting bizarre explanation of the president's debate performance. take a look at this. >> i am going to say something controversially. obama arrived in denver at 2:00 p.m. today just a few hours before the debate started. romney did his debate prep in denver. when you go to 5,000 feet and you only have a few hours to adjust, i don't know maybe. >> mitt romney also talking about that comment this morning giving sean hannity his take on the former vice president's debate announcement. >>> would you agree maybe the altitude had an impact on the president last night. that was al gore's theory. >> look, it was a chance for each of us to describe our vision for the country. the president talked about his vision which was a continuation of the policies of the last four years. he wants to have a stimulus and investing for us. he wants to raise taxes as vice president bid
in their pockets come next year when some of their textbooks...become free. governor jerry brown has signed two bills which allow for a free online library of 50 digital textbooks. the organization, 20 million minds, says that students will spend more than 16 hundred dollars over the course of one year on textbooks. spartan bookstore textbook manager--cindy nimrud (num-a-rood) --says some students may not go for it. ">>>(cindy nimrud/spartan bookstore textbook manager) most people prefer the actual paperback so they can touch the paper and be able to write notes and those things." if students want hard copies, they will be available for 20 dollars a piece. the legislation goes into effect in the fall semester of 2013. the career center is holding interview workshops on campus to help students ail interviews and land jobs. these workshops go over the strategies that should be used by interviewees to be more prepared and confident during the interview process. a new online program is being used by the university to give students an interactive mock interview... users can answer questions and go b
, ktvu news. >>> governor jerry brown directed the resource board to increase the state's gas supply in an effort to try to bring prices down. he told the panel, the switch to winter gas. typically that type of gas is not sold until after october 31st. it's better for air quality during the smog season. >>> preparing to take legal action. the big network accused shooter george zimmerman is about to sue claiming defamation of character. >>> big box retailers are not usually welcomed with open arms in san francisco but this week a large retailer is set to open to much fanfare. >>> lots of sunshine across most of the bay area this weekend but the weather pattern will soon be changing. coming up how much cooling you could expect and when showers can be expected. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. >>> this week the house economy is expected to hear from libya. the hou
have to cut all the way around. >> reporter: governor jerry brown has already asked the california and resources board to move up the switch to the winter gas blend that is cheaper but less clean that usually isn't released until october 31st. in 1996 california raised the stakes to adopting these cleaner gas guidelines. but we are alone in the u.s. >> california is really an island in the gasoline market. >> reporter: uc berkeley's energy expert severin borenstein says california's cast costs 15 to 20 cents more per gallon, made worse when one of the refineries making california's gas shuts down. several are not at full capacity, including chevron partially shut down because of the fire. >> the politicians are trying to figure out what can they do or who can they claim. often they blame the refineries. >> reporter: dianne feinstein is asking federal regulators to see if there was an illegal short squeeze. price spikes turn out years later to have been the result of malicious and manipulative trading affect. cawing on the ftc to react immediately and aggressively to protect califor
governor jerry brown is trying to help by ordering state smog regulators to allow winter blend to be sold in california earlier than usual to bring down prices. winter blend gas isn't typically sold until october 31st. he hopes by selling it now it would increase supplies by bringing down prices. the high prices are changing driving habits. >> i try not to drive unless i really have to. >> i'm grateful and i only use the bike when necessary. >> reporter: the dramatic surge in prices came after a southern california refinery went down a week ago. it came back online friday. analysts say they expect prices to stabilize in the coming days. now this might make you feel a little better this morning. a gas station in long beach has the priciest gas at $6.66 a gallon. it could be worse. >>> it may be a sign of the times, roseville police are investigating the theft of nearly 1,000 gallons of gas from a shell station. stations manager says security cameras caught the thief stealing gas on three different occasions. police say a man in a pickup truck somehow disabled the meter and pumped gas into
-- california broke another record. gas prices rose to $4.64 a gallon. governor jerry brown is hoping the latest move will help bring prices down. he ordered state smog regulators to allow winter blend gasoline to be sold earlier than usual. delivery drivers get reimbursed by the mile but not for fuel so the high prices are cutting into their pay. >> when the gas is really high, it's hard to hire people. >> reporter: analysts say gas prices could hit as high as $4.85 a gallon before coming back down. one station in long beach has the highest price in the state at $6.65 a gallon. to give you an idea how high the prices are. you would pay a little more than $178 for gas. i found a round trip plane attribute for about $25 less. reporting live in the newsroom matt keller. >>> well go big or go home. ktvu channel 2 reporter allie rasmus is live in half-moon bay where pumpkin growers are competing in a big weighoff. they're trying to set a new world record this year. allie how are they doing? >> reporter: the stage is set for the weighoff that will begin in a half hour from now. we see organizers come
a gallon savings. you have --. >> not according to jerry brown, he said it --. >>guest: i already said that, nationally, eric, suspending the air quality standards for gasoline fuel blends will not make a difference. >> why do you say it is only unique to california? i am looking at gasoline rices in chicago area, chicago alone, $4.304 a gallon. new york city, $4.12. there are a lot of location issues where if you lifted the requirement you could get a 10 percent or 15 percent drop. >>guest: no, the biggest thing going on in gasoline markets is the fact that the largest export in the american economy today is refined petroleum products. america is exporting three million barrels of refined product like gasoline, diesel and jet fuel out of the gulf coast but what that is doing is keep, refining margins nice and profitable but it is also elevating gas prices artificially higher than they otherwise would be. >>eric: could you suggest the refiners not sell to the best beller? >>guest: not if it is negatively impacting american drivers and the american economy. >>eric: so you want trade restrict
a news flash for jerry brown, his state is broke. >> yes, it is. >> steve: so for them to extend these tax breaks, and it would be essentially a tax credit on your state taxes that the movie companies would enjoy, this is not the time to be giving rich guys big fat tax breaks. >> by the way, 12 other states which used to offer the same kind of tax breaks to movie companies, come make a movie in my state, they've withdrawn on limited those because they have run out of money. california has run out of money, but they say keep that gravy train rolling for the hollywood people who like us. >> steve: and i'm sure it is just a coincidence, but it seems to me the president of the under the circumstances us within the last 12 hours or so was at the home of a big time movie producer, jeffrey katzenberg who would benefit from this. >> yes, he would. not to mention the convert jon von jovi gave, 6,000 attended. the wolf gang puck restaurant, 150 people attended the fund-raiser for president obama. $125,000 each. so hollywood is giving money to people who would raise taxes, president obama a
manson and his followers lived. governor jerry brown will decide if davis will be released. >> "the washington post" reports on new secret service policies. excessive drinking has been prohibited so has sharing work related information on social media. five months ago more than a dozen secret service employees were accused of drunken partying. >> "usa today" says 10% of all workers work from home. census figures show an extra 4.2 million workers telecommuting at least one day a week. people who work only at home earn more than people who work outside the home. >> the "wall street journal" has a halloween horror story. starbucks stores have been running out of the pumpkin sauce for their popular pumpkin spies latte. customers get upset when their store runs out. starbucks blames the shortages on infrequent deliveries at some locations. a lot of pain in the world. it may be the beginning of fall but it looks like winter in the northern plains. parts of north dakota could get up to ten inches of snow from a storm that started on thursday. the wet heavy snow made travel difficult and kn
is even competitive. why would he be competitive against jerry brown? also, the connecticut races and massachusetts races, those baffle me. why would be competitive? seems like it is contradicting each other. i do not understand that. especially with scott brown. he seems to me like a wolf in sheep's clothing. he will vote lockstep with mitch mcconnell. why would massachusetts even consider someone like him? another example, mitt romney is going to win montana. many people will vote for him, so why would you vote for democrats in the senate. confirming his independence in the state of massachusetts. mccaskill is trying to distance herself from obama in missouri. coattails' do not make the same difference as they did in the past. they try to difference themselves. host: here is a story from "the plain dealer" in ohio. guest: why is he competitive? the answer is money. brown is a very liberal senator elected in 2006. he is baby faced and also the strait -- state treasurer. he was elected statewide. brown still has the lead. maybe six points or seven points, competitive because the h
in a series of bombings in the syrian capital in northern parts of the country. >> california governor jerry brown has just ordered regulators for winter blend gasoline to be sold before its scheduled date. all this before gas prices have spiked over the weekend. now averaging $4.65 a gallon in california. >>> and two ethiopians celebrating their big wins in the chicago marathon today after shattering the course record by nearly one minute. an estimated 45,000 runners participated despite the chilly weather in the windy city. >>> i want to bring you other news in another presidential election. this one in venezuela. voters in that country went to the polls today. hugo chavez facing his toughest challenge. he's staged a comeback from cancer. he wants a new six-year term to shape the future of the oil-rich nation. nbc news correspondent kerry sanders is in the venezuelan capital. good sunday to you. >> reporter: well, craig, the election is still ongoing. the polls are open. in fact, they're likely to stay open late because there is expected and certainly indications of a 90% voter turnout. yo
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